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Current Karnataka Chief Minister


Posted Date: 08-Nov-2009  Last Updated:   Category: State Government    
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If you are from Karnataka, I am sure you know who is the current chief minister of Karnataka. As of today, it is Mr. B. S. Yeddyurappa, the chief minister of Karnataka. However, for past few weeks, many political circles have been speculating that a new government will be formed in Karnataka due to the political crisis that have been faced by the current BJP government.

Last few weeks, the Karnataka government's future was in balance. Many politicians and people of Karnataka suspected the Yeddyurappa government may crumble shortly. Reddy brothers, the political heavy weights in Karnataka has been demanding for a new chief minister for Karnataka.

However, the BJP high command has succeeded today in convincing the Reddy brothers and the MLAs behind them in continuing the support for the Karnataka Chief Minister and the government.

The formula that helped resolving the Karnataka crisis is not yet known publicly. It is understood that Ms. Sushma Swarja played a key role in resolving the crisis and convincing both the factions.

Karnataka chief minister today claimed that his government is not facing any more political issues and he will complete his term as chief minister.
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Responses to "Current Karnataka Chief Minister"
Author: N K Ravishankara    13 Nov 2009Member Level: Gold   Points : 2
As of now, it is a time being solution to retain the image of BJP, but the total impact of this imbalance act may affect the government at any time, it is not sure, whether this government is going to complete its full term or not, as dissidence may crop up at any time.

As the followers of Reddy group has to be inducted to the cabinet, and to allocate them, some present ministers has to sacrifice their chairs, once it is done, one can see some dissidence again.



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